23 Sep Was he referring to Louis Galea?
From Godfrey Farrugia’s interview in today’ s Sunday Times
Ivan Camilleri asked him – Like you, I’ve been around for quite some time, although in journalism. I remember Prime Minster Eddie Fenech Adami trying to convince you to become a PN MP, eventually a possible member of his Cabinet. Why did you refuse?
Godfrey replied – I never refused the offer. Dr Fenech Adami wanted me to be part of his team but the prevailing circumstances in the Żebbuġ district at the time, and other forces within the same party, made it difficult for me to contest.
Ivan Camilleri – So you didn’t actually say no?
Godfrey Farrugia – No. I never refused. But there were other forces in the district who made sure that I did not contest. You can assume why. At the time I was very popular and some thought I was too big of a risk.
That was the conversation between Ivan and Godfrey. Now I have also asked a question, probably the most pertinent, and in the next Blog you’ll realise why.
Mandy CollinsPosted at 08:43h, 24 September
Is history repeating itself?
hermannPosted at 08:41h, 24 September
kif qed jerga jigri illum. ma jridukx ghax jibzaw minnek li issir popolari iktar minnhom
Nazzjonalist mit twelidPosted at 19:40h, 23 September
Heq kin hemm min irnexxilhu jgheleb il klikka le? Allura ha tieqaf issa?
D TantiPosted at 19:02h, 23 September
Kemm kien jidher difficli titla flok Louis Galea?
Issa jmiss il pass l iehor.
Elezzjoni tal MEP s
VictorPosted at 18:59h, 23 September
Godfrey Farrugia mans u allura zamm lura.
Inti Iljun hdejh u mhux talli thaltilha b ruhek u gismek imma tghalli rbaht siggu fil parlament.
PetraPosted at 18:55h, 23 September
And I ask…Was he being asked to contest to just garner votes be used and later discarded.
Its not like its never happened with the clique.